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Wednesday’s Fox Topix

It's been awhile since we've visited this topic. Hopefully, you are at the point that you don't have to worry about it anymore. But…how is your DTV reception? Are all the channels coming in good now. Do you still have problems that we can help you solve? Did you end up going with cable or satellite because you were frustrated?…

Wednesday on Michigan This Morning

While you're awake, your brain generates enough power to light up a light bulb. But how bright is your bulb? Find out in our Healthy Living test at 5:16 and 6:54. Discoveries and Breakthroughs in Science at 6:17 shows you a car that can warn you of impending dangers on the road up ahead. Kaz and Corey take you to…

HS Boys Basketball Rankings

The top 10 teams in the Michigan Associated Press high school basketball poll, with records in parentheses. Totals are based on 15 points for a first-place vote, 14 for second,etc.: Class A School Points Prv 1. Detroit-Pershing (3) (4-1) 73 1 2. Romulus (2) (3-0) 64 5 (tie)Saginaw-Arthur Hill (4-2) 61 4 3. Kalamazoo Central (4-1) 61 3 5. Warren…

HS Girls Basketball Rankings

The top 10 teams in the Michigan Associated Press high school basketball poll, with records in parentheses. Totals are based on 15 points for a first-place vote, 14 for second,etc.: Class A School Record Points Prv 1. Detroit-Renaissance (4) (5-0) 60 1 2. East Lansing (5-0) 56 2 3. Canton (4-1) 49 3 4. Inkster (6-0) 45 3 5. Bloomfield…

Leland Public School Rejects Race To The Top

At least one Northern Michigan school district is rejecting the Race To The Top challenge. Race To The Top is a chance to win federal money for making changes to the educational system. On the same day that the Governor signed reform bills to make Michigan eligible to compete for up to $400 million in federal funding, Leland Public School…

Schools Relieved Of Additional Funding Cut

Last month, districts got a temporary reprieve from a $127 per student cut. Today, Governor Granholm announced there's no need for the cut. The Governor says revenues have stabilized, and the state ended up with about $150 million more than expected. However, she says all districts must absorb a $165 per student cut. Not having to suffer the additional $127…

Freedom Short-Lived for Escaped Inmate

A Kalkaska County inmate got 32 minutes of freedom this weekend, but now faces serious time in prison to pay for it. Police say Donnie Keeton escaped from the Kalkaska County jail around 8:30 Sunday night. Investigators believe Keeton planned his escape out the emergency fire exit. The door is only accessible to minimum security inmates — and is not…

Operation Roundup Helps Northern Michigan Organizations

Some Northern Michigan electric customers are giving back to the community. The Cherryland Cares group donated close to 24-thousand dollars to ten local organizations in December. The group is part of the Cherryland Electric Cooperative and runs “Operation Roundup”. Members round up their bills to the nearest dollar every month, and all of that money goes back to the community….

UPDATE: Victim Identified in Deadly Emmet County Shooting

Police are investigating a deadly shooting that happened just before 11:00 p.m., Sunday, at 6866 Island View Road, in Readmond Township, near Harbor Springs. Someone from the home called 911 asking for help, but then changed their mind and hung up. Police pursued the call anyway. When they got to the home they found 24-year-old Nicholaus Sowers shot to death….

Radiators Stolen from Store

Police say thieves stole about sixty scrap radiators from Brian's Auto Parts in Manistee over the weekend. These radiators were worth more than $3,000. State police in Manistee are asking for your help in finding these thieves. If you have any information, give them a call at (231) 723-3536. Alex Jokich and photojournalist Stephanie Adkins have more on this break-in.